Thursday, August 12, 2010
TAPI KALI TERPAKSA JUGA PERGI, ATAS URUSAN PENTING.
DAPAT JUGA JUMPA MEMBER RUMAH LAMA KEJAP,
TAPI SEPANJANG HARI, HARI NI PUSING KELILING KUALA LUMPUR JE,
WALAUPUN PENAT SANGAT,
TAPI RASE HAPPY..
BANYAK PERUBAHAN YG BERLAKU...
HABIS URUSAN, KENA BALIK MELAKA SEMULA.
PASTU MALAM ADA SEMINAR PASAK IMEJ LAK.
NAK TAK NAK KENA PERGI JUGA,
SEBAB BANYAK INFO MENARIK SERTA BOLEH MEMPERBAIKI DIRI.
PENATNYA PINGGANG NI BERJALAN DARI UTARA KE SELATAN.
APEPUN STILL ENJOY.
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
ingat kan di adah gerak dari melaka,
tapi gerak2 lagi rupanya.
nasib baik ada seminar dan expo kecantikan, tak da la rase sangat.
tunggu sampai kul 5.30 ptg, last2 tak jadi jumpa, tunda esok lak..
geram nye dgn janji cm ni,
Wednesday, August 4, 2010
Causes & Risks
Asthma is caused by inflammation in the airways. When an asthma attack occurs, the muscles surrounding the airways become tight and the lining of the air passages swell. This reduces the amount of air that can pass by, and can lead to wheezing sounds.
Most people with asthma have wheezing attacks separated by symptom-free periods. Some patients have long-term shortness of breath with episodes of increased shortness of breath. In others, a cough may be the main symptom. Asthma attacks can last minutes to days and can become dangerous if the airflow becomes severely restricted.
In sensitive individuals, asthma symptoms can be triggered by breathing in allergy-causing substances (called allergens or triggers).
Common asthma triggers include:
- Animals (pet hair or dander)
- Changes in weather (most often cold weather)
- Chemicals in the air or in food
- Respiratory infections, such as the common cold
- Strong emotions (stress)
- Tobacco smoke
Aspirin and other nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) provoke asthma in some patients.
Many people with asthma have an individual or family history of allergies, such as hay fever (allergic rhinitis) or eczema. Others have no history of allergies.
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
x jauh pun dari umah sewa,
tp jarang blk walaupun dekat,
seronok sgt mase duk kt kg, dapt jumpe kucing2 aku yg cute miut, tu.
sayang sgt kt die,
makin comel dan manje nye die...
mengada2 pun ade,
dapat jumpe ayam kesayangan..
dulu mase aku lum kahwin,aku de bela burung tiong,
aku bela selama 16 thn,
sejak sekolah menengah rendah thn 1998,
2 minggu lps aku kahwin, tiong pun mati,
sbb adik aku lupe kasi makan..
aku sedih sgt,.. sayu nye hati..
yg menarik kt tiong tu, pandai bercakap...
selalu sebut name aku,name adik aku dan name mak.
riuh bile dgr die bercakap.
apepun,aku terima ketiadaan nye..
selepas aku bersama org tersayang, die pergi..
aku redha dgn ketiadaan nye..
walaupun hati ni sedih yg teramat sgt..
tiong, tuan syg sgt kt tiong..
Sunday, August 1, 2010
The typical appearance of the face and neck changes with age. Muscle tone may be lost, causing a flabby or droopy appearance. The jowls may begin to sag, leading to a "double chin" in some people. In some people the nose lengthens slightly and may look more prominent.
There also may be an increase in the number, size, and color of colored spots on the face. This is largely due to sun exposure.
The skin may thin, become dryer, and develop wrinkles. Although wrinkles are inevitable to some extent, sun exposure and cigarette smoking are likely to make them develop faster.
The ears may lengthen slightly in some people (probably caused by cartilage growth). Some men may find that they develop hair in their ears that becomes longer, coarser, and more noticeable as they age.
Wax glands drop in number and activity, and ear wax becomes drier. This drier wax can more easily become impacted and block the ear canal, reducing your ability to hear.
The eyebrows and eyelashes become gray. The skin around the eyelids becomes loose and wrinkled, often making a "crow's feet" pattern. The eye socket loses some of its fat pads, making the eyes look sunken and limiting eye movement.
The lower eyelids may appear baggy, and drooping eyelids are fairly common, occasionally limiting vision. The outer surface of the eye (cornea) may develop a grayish-white ring called arcus corneus or arcus senilis.
The colored portion of the eye (iris) loses pigment, making most very elderly people appear to have gray or light blue eyes.
Loss of teeth can make the lips look shrunken. The jawbone loses bone material, reducing the size of the lower face. The forehead, nose, and mouth thus look more pronounced.
Gums may also recede, contributing to dental problems and changes in the appearance of the
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